Are you looking to stay up-to-date on the latest trends and developments in the nonprofit sector? If so, attending a conference hosted by a Central Texas nonprofit organization is a great way to do so. The Texas Nonprofit Summit is the industry's premier training and networking event, offering valuable opportunities for non-profit change agents from all backgrounds to learn, network, and collaborate. Additionally, there are other conferences such as Cause Camp, Woodmark Summit, and NTEN Nonprofit Technology Conference that provide attendees with the knowledge and resources to effectively address priority issues in local communities. The Texas Nonprofit Summit is an annual event that brings together more than 120,000 nonprofit organizations from across the great state of Texas.
Attendees enter a whimsical world adapted to the real reality of working in a non-profit organization as a fundraiser or marketer. Forbes has named Cause Camp an “event that professionals from non-profit organizations should attend.” The Woodmark Summit is an annual meeting focused on best practices for high-level, frontline fundraising staff at the 27 member hospitals of the non-profit organization Woodmark Group. The NTEN Nonprofit Technology Conference is an annual event to help nonprofit professionals understand the benefits of technology, innovation and future vision. The 40th annual edition of the Institute for Nonprofit Organizations is also a great opportunity for attendees to learn about the latest tax, legislative and government issues affecting non-profit organizations. Share your services and resources with Texas nonprofit organizations by becoming a sponsor or exhibitor at these industry events.
Free parking is available for attendees of the Texas Nonprofit Summit in State B parking lot, 1607 San Jacinto Blvd. Additionally, attendees are eligible for negotiated prices that are within the current GSA daily accommodation rates at nearby hotels. A healthy and engaged non-profit sector is correlated with a healthy and productive Texas, and everyone has a role to play in ensuring that nonprofit organizations continue their critical work for the Lone Star State. Don't miss out on these valuable opportunities to learn, network, and collaborate with others across the state.